Enjoy the Warmth Before a Cold Front Sweeps Through this Weekend
Wednesday, November 4
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) -
Several places broke new record yesterday. Casper made a new record high of 73 degrees the last high record of 71 degrees back in 1983, and Cheyenne was on one degree away of the record of 70, the old record of 71 back in 1891. More records will likely be broken throughout the week as temperature remain well above average for November. Tonight the state will remain dry with clear skies and temperatures will be fairly mid in the 40s and 30s for most of the state. The higher elevations will see temperatures dip below the 30s.
Thursday will be another gorgeous day to be outside with temperatures in the 60s and 70s. Cheyenne will top out at 72 degrees while Casper tops out at 69 degrees. The sunsets at 4:53pm which will cause out temperatures to decline much earlier than last week. If you plan on having outdoor plans tomorrow evening make sure to bring a jacket as temperatures will drop into the 50s and 40s quickly.
Throughout the rest of the week our weather will be dominated by two high pressure systems bringing unseasonably warm temperatures, dry conditions and the winds will start to pick back up as we continue into our week. Temperatures will stay in the 60s and lower 70s through Friday. By Friday night into Saturday morning the weather patterns will change as the jet stream dips south into the state bring cold temperatures and even some moisture! This will be the next system that will have eyes watching to see what it will produce for the state. Until then enjoy the warm temperatures before we turn bitterly cold for the winter season!
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